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Large quantity of tyres illegally dumped in Faughart

A large number of tyres have been illegally dumped in north Louth. The used tyres were located at the entrance to a field of privately owned land at the L7100,

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Breathnach cautiously welcomes the idea of using drones to combat fly tipping and illegal dumping

Local TD Declan Breathnach has expressed a cautious welcome to the use of drones to detect fly tipping and illegal dumping. Minister Denis Naughten is due to launch a new

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McGahon insists illegal dumpers should be named and shamed

Dundalk Councillor John McGahon has called on stronger measures to be introduced to combat the problem of illegal dumping in the area. The Fine Gael councillors has suggested that those

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Councillor insists person responsible for dumping in Ravensdale will be prosecuted

Following on from yesterday’s story about a quantity of waste being illegally dumped in a scenic area of the Cooley Peninsula, a second case has emerged. Talk of the Town

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Illegal dumping on the Cooley Peninsula is condemned

Illegal dumping in the Cooley Peninsula has been condemned by a local community group. The Carlingford and The Cooley Peninsula Facebook page, set up to share news and photos from

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Morgan calls for immediate action in relation to Glenmore Park fly-tipping

Former Town Councillor Oliver Morgan has expressed concern at the escalation of the fly-tipping at Glenmore Park in Muirhevnamor. In recent days it has emerged that a green bin of

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Life “unbearable” for Glenmore Park residents due to illegal dumping

The issue of illegal dumping in Dundalk has reared its head again. A large quantity of waste has been dumped at Glenmore Park in Muirhevnamor. This is not the first

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Information sought on illegal dumping on Newry Road

Information is being sought on an incident of illegal dumping which took place on the Newry Road last weekend. A large quantity of rubbish was dumped at New Inn on

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Sharkey hits out at level of illegal dumping at Dundalk Retail Park

Local councillor Tomás Sharkey has hit out at the level of illegal dumping at a disused area of Dundalk Retail Park, off the Inner Relief Road. The Sinn Féin representative

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Cllr Yore’s ‘name and shame’ proposal for illegal dumpers moves a step closer

Local councillor Maeve Yore’s bid to have those who partake in illegal dumping named and shamed has moved a step closer. Last month the independent representative suggested that Louth County

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Information sought after dumping of illegal waste in Haggardstown

Information has been sought after a quantity of waste was illegally dumped at Clermont Park in Haggardstown on Friday. According to locals dumping at this location is a “regular occurrence”

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Yore wants to see illegal dumpers in Louth named and shamed

Local councillor Maeve Yore has suggested that Louth County Council follow their colleagues in Dublin’s example by naming and shaming those who illegally dump their rubbish. Pictures from CCTV footage

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Louth Young Fine Gael to host table quiz in Dundalk next month

Louth Young Fine Gael will hold a fundraising table quiz in McCourt’s Bar on Park Street on Wednesday July 1st. Chairperson of the branch, Shay McArdle told Talk of the

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McGahon hits out at illegal dumping on local beach

Fine Gael councillor for Dundalk-Carlingford, John McGahon, has strongly condemned the large amount of illegal dumping which occurred on Rathcor Beach in Cooley last week. Cllr McGahon reported the matter

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Illegal dumping problem continues to grow at the Racecourse Road

The issue of illegal dumping at the Racecourse Road in Dundalk continues to grow, according to local residents. The problem has been ongoing for some time but came to public